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CCO 2.0 Policy Development

Partnering to shape the future of OHP

The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is the source of health coverage for nearly 1 million Oregonians. Over the past five years, Oregon’s unique coordinated care model has made progress on the triple aim goals of better health, better care and lower costs. Despite our successes, there is more work to do to ensure all Oregonians can be as healthy as possible. To guide the next five years of OHP, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) worked in partnership with the Oregon Health Policy Board, policymakers, stakeholders and OHP members to bring forward new ideas to address the gaps and challenges that persist in our health care system. This yearlong policy development process is captured in the following documents.

 Foundational Documents

  
Governor’s Letter
OHSU Waiver Evaluation
OHSU Waiver Evaluation (Powerpoint)
Action Plan for Health
2016 OHPB Listening Session
Maturity Assessment - Behavioral Health
Maturity Assessment - Paying for Value
Maturity Assessment - Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health
Maturity Assessment - Sustainable Spending

 Action Plans and Outreach

  
Oregon Health Plan Member Survey
June 2018 community meetings presentation
CAC Responses to CCO 2.0 Policy Options and OHP Questions
Clarifying Qs from CCOs re Policy Options July 2018
Public Forum Powerpoint
4/20/18 Public Forum – Portland
4/21/18 Public Forum – The Dalles
4/28/18 Public Forum – Woodburn
4/17/2018 CAC Event Notes for Potential SDOH Strategies
Work Plan - Behavioral Health
Work Plan - Health Equity and Social
Work Plan - Paying for Value
Work Plan - Sustainable Spending

 Draft Policy Recommendations

  
Description
Draft Recommended Policies and Implementation Expectations (9/05/18)

​An updated draft of policy recommendations and implementation expectations that were presented at the September 11, 2018 Oregon Health Policy Board meeting.

Policy Straw Model (8/02/18)

​An updated draft of policy options that were presented as a straw model at the August 7, 2018 Oregon Health Policy Board meeting.

Feasibility and Impact Analysis (7/10/18)

​An initial draft of policy options that were presented at the June 5, 2018 Oregon Health Policy Board meeting.  The policies were assessed for a variety of criteria that was then used to estimate the overall feasibility of each policy.

 Public Comment

  
May 1, 2018 AOC, CLHO and AOCMHP
April 13, 2018 OCHIN
Aug 10, 2018 Oregon Primary Care Assoc
Feb 15, 2018 Public Health Advisory Board
May 4, 2018 CareOregon
May 1, 2018 Coalition of Local Health Officials Tricia Mortell Testimony
May 1, 2018 Oregon Medical Association
May 7, 2018 OR Ctr for Children & Youth with Special Health Needs
General Feedback Survey - Comments
May 11, 2018 Healthcare Workforce Committee
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 Applications from 2012 CCO RFA

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